Casio QV-2900UX

Announced May 10, 2001 •
2 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 40 – 320 mm (8×)
devilpim
 
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I have owned this camera for a few years already. I like its features. It has enough features for me. night scene, sun set, etc. The 8x optical zoom and 1cm macro are great. The swival lens is also one of the feature I like most. but the picture quality is not really good. the color that came out is not so bright., esp. when comparing to other's menufacturer's camera such as canon, nikon, or sony. If you take the picture with 800x600 size and have it printed out at the camera shop at jumbo ...

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I bought this on Ebay new for $299. I have been very pleased. I wanted to be able to use it with studio lights, and I've been very satisfied: the sync cord I had works perfectly, and the pictures are crisp, with well modulated color & texture. Battery life appears to be excellent. Problems: The only problem is that some of the features, such as panorama, are almost impossible to use because the LED is so dim in sunlight.

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Joel de Jesus
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Excellent 8X zoom plus 4X digital zoom. It is easy to use it, no need to be a professional photographer. Best shot included allows you to take very good photos Problems: Alkaline batteries are no good for it, it´s better you buy MNiH batteries. No veiwfinder. Too small to use with a normal tripod. I´ve got a problem with my bundled CD. Can anybody help me getting best shots included in this CD?

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i have been using this DC for the past 6 months.in my opinion the best feature of this camera is the 1cm macro shot ability.i have taken some great close-ups of flowers and i am really satisfy with the results. Problems: the downside of this camera is the power consumption.make sure you have 1 or 2 sets of batteries with you. the LCD screen doesn't give you the best view of the shot.pictures came out pretty dark in my PC compare to the playback with the camera.the response of the best-shot ...

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Cool 8x optical Zoom and swivel lens, and it's included almost all mode like shutterspeed priority, aperture priority, the 1cm micro is excellent. powerec by AA bettery is a very economic way It's cheap...^^ Problems: no opitcal viewfinder is a huge problem.....

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I am staying in singapore. If any kind soul in US can locate the camera at US$199, please email to me at ptsint@pacific.net.sg. I am very desperate to have one.

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I have now owned a Casio QV2900UX for about 4 weeks and I must admit, I am now rather pleased with it. You got to get used to the absence of an optical viewfinder. Forget about the enclosed software. Problems: Poor red eye reduction, pretty slow, unusable in the dark due to the absence of an optical viewfinder

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It is the greatest DC in this price !!!! the manual setting , best shot ... bring the good photo to me ~ it is very cool ... most important ,that one set of battery can use for a day ! and it is using AA battery , good for the new DC user ~

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Deniz Turkmen
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It's been 2 years now. Still working :) Amazingly a few of the new cameras has 8x zoom and 1cm macro. I'm glad I have this camera. Here is my old review: ------------ It's been about 2 months since I got this camera (nope, I couldn't find at Walmart either, bought at eBay for $270) I wanted to learn about photography, and I decided to buy something flexible and has manual controls. While thinking about HP 618, I heard this one with lots of features with a good price. It has manual controls ...

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Peter Walker
 
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I have now owned a Casio QV2900UX for about 2 months now and I must admit, I am now very pleased with it. Beforehand, I used a Sony Mavica FD88 Digital Camera (uses Floppy disks) which took excellent pictures (max 1290x960 pixels). When I got the Casio, I took a series of pictures with both cameras as well as with a borrowed Nikon 995. Although the pictures look a bit different in colour to those of the Sony and Nikon, you soon get used to it. I soon discovered that comparing images on the ...

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